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Medico-Legal issues in Cardiovascular Medicine and Surgery

  • 2 October 2020
  • Virtual attendance
  • 9:30 am - 4:45 pm
  • CPD accredited: 6 hours
  • £325.00 + VAT

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The conference is now being held as a Virtual Event

Programme

09.30 Registration
09.45 Chair’s Opening
Vanessa McKinlay, Barrister
Head of Clinical Negligence, St John’s Chambers
10.00 Cardiology Anatomy
History taking; anatomy; physiology; special tests (ECG, ECHO, Angiography etc); Treatments; Medication; Angioplasty; Surgery; Devices.
Dr Robert Greenbaum
Consultant Cardiologist, The Royal Free, London
10.45 Cardiology in General Practice
Including case study scenarios on heart attacks, heart failure, pacing.
Dr Jonathan Moore
GP Partner & Expert Witness
11.15
Refreshments
11.30 Diagnosis/Misdiagnosis of common cardiac complaints – Scenarios
Heart Attacks, heart failure, pacing
Dr Robert Greenbaum
Consultant Cardiologist, The Royal Free, London
12.10 Medico-Legal aspects of Vascular Surgery
Mr Daryll Baker
Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Royal Free London
12.45 Lunch
13.45 Consenting for cardiac treatment…followed by Panel Discussion
Paul Sankey
Partner, Enable Law
14.30 Medicolegal issues in Paediatric Cardiology
~ TBC ~
15.15 Refreshments
15.30 Case Studies/Scenarios
Aortic Dissection
Valve Surgery
Dr Robert Greenbaum
Consultant Cardiologist, The Royal Free, London
16.10 Claims and case law update
Marcus Coates-Walker, Barrister
St John’s Chambers
16.40 Close

Programme

This virtual conference for clinical negligence lawyers will provide an insight into the medico-legal issues arising across the field of Cardiology.  Our clinicians will present details of good practice in diagnosis, management and surgery, as well as discussion of potential for complications.

We’re delighted to be collaborating with St John’s Chambers Clinical Negligence team for this event.

“Home to one of the preeminent clinical negligence teams in the region, with its members acting for both claimants and defendants across a wide range of complex cases. Key areas of work include delayed or mis-diagnoses, negligently performed surgery, and dental negligence.”
Legal 500 2020, Clinical Negligence

This is a great opportunity to meet and build relationships with your counterparts in the sector, whilst developing your own professional skills and knowledge.


Event Details

  • Friday 2 October 2020, 9.30am-4.30pm
  • CPD: 5.5 hours (APIL accredited)
  • Attend virtually or view the recording at a time convenient to you.
    Please contact info@inspiremedilaw.co.uk for group booking discounts and to inform us of any dietary requirements.
Virtual attendance